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Dunbar project awarded national arts funding

John Muir Birthplace, High St, Dunbar, arts's trust getting �50,000 for a creative project in the town. John Muir is a big part of that.

LtoR Susie Goodwin, Jo Moulin, Alastair Cook, Moiz Abdulkader & Paul Buchanan

John Muir Birthplace, High St, Dunbar, arts's trust getting �50,000 for a creative project in the town. John Muir is a big part of that. LtoR Susie Goodwin, Jo Moulin, Alastair Cook, Moiz Abdulkader & Paul Buchanan

An arts project in Dunbar, the birthplace of the world famous conservationist John Muir, has received nearly £50,000 as part of the Year of Natural Scotland 2013.

‘North Light Arts Journeys: Walking a Line’ is a year-long creative project which will be spearheaded by North Light Arts in partnership with East Lothian Council’s museum and arts service, landscape and countryside service, ranger service, Incredibly Edible Dunbar, Dunbar Cycle Group, Dunbar Harbour Trust and Dunbar Scifest.

Activities will evolve over the seasons, inviting artists to work within the landscape and develop the theme of journeys with inventiveness and sensitivity to nature.

Susie Goodwin of North Light Arts said: “North Light Arts are pleased to be delivering our Year of Natural Scotland project Walking a Line. We are really looking forward to working with other local organisations to create an inspiring summer in the beautiful landscapes of Dunbar.”

Full story in the East Lothian News - on sale now.

 

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